My ac fan is not turning on is that y I'm not greeting cold air

Asked by May 07, 2012 at 03:56 PM about the 2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Have you checked to see if your pump is turning on at all or if there are any fuses for your AC?

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We've now had to replace the fan blower switch - at both ends, and with one re-replacement) Mechanics just grin and say, "Ah, Chevy electrical systems - what else is new?" (BTW-Cruise Control has never worked consistently - every Spring, it'll work once or twice, then, kaput. Also, just replaced fuel lines - P.U., and unsafe! We now hope we're OK for the next few thousand miles... tho fuel economy has suffered somewhat... These repairs were not cheap, but with 122k on '05 LS, we keep rollin'. On the up-side: Need new brakes but got 60k on these!

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Nothing is working, air, heat, or defroster

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